Audit Manager, FCC Technology
- Permanent, Full time
- Standard Chartered Bank
- 11 Jan 17
Please view Job Description for details.
To undertake risk assessments and perform or lead, where directed, internal audit engagements of diverse business units or functions to deliver the audit plan established in conjunction with relevant members of the Functional Teams for all geographic locations.
To maintain stakeholder relationships with the purpose of understanding the respective businesses, identify emerging risks and advise GIA hotspot concerns.
Report to Head of Audit, Financial Crime Compliance Technology.
Key Roles and Responsibilities
- Complete relevant risk assessment activities in a timely and effective manner; to include the completion of Risk Assessment template;
- Proactively utilise the risk assessment process and stakeholder engagement to help Portfolio Head of Audit (PHoA) in establishing an anticipatory audit plan;
- Assist PHoA in adhoc audit and non-audit assignments and reporting.
- All phases of the audit cycle are consistently completed in line with the requirements of GIA methodology;
- Consistent high quality audit work produced during fieldwork including detailed and accurate documentation of test results, clear and accurate audit issues and effective communication both with the audit team as well as the auditees;
- Quality Assurance reviews of databases are consistently rated as conforming to GIA Audit Methodology and IIA International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing;
- Ensure that outcomes and expectations are clearly defined for each audit performed;
- Ensure that the scoping of each audit is correct in terms of risk, resources and time allocated;
- Oversee the progress of their audits or audit testing work, to ensure compliance with audit methodology;
- Create or input to the creation of high quality audit reports.
- Audits demonstrate well coordinated resources and appropriate time allocation for the audit work;
- Ability to lead an audit team to ensure high quality work is produced during the fieldwork stage of an audit;
- Consistently ensure that audit databases are completed in line with methodology requirements in terms of timeliness and completeness. Ensures high quality deliverables in the form of test results, audit issues, supporting documentation / evidence, audit report, QA reconciliation, etc;
- Present to Portfolio Head of Audit on whether audits have met their objectives, to detail the identified root courses and to explain the rationale for the proposed audit grade;
- Coach and Mentor team members to help professional growth.
- Ensure that all audit issue action plans agreed during audit fieldwork are tracked through to completion in accordance with methodology requirements;
- Record regular status updates for each of the issues being tracked;
- Escalate as necessary overdue issues or inadequate action to resolve issues raised;
- Anticipatory action and in need escalation when high risk issues are not likely to be resolved within the agreed timeframes.
- Consistently establishes and maintains the right relationships leading to audit recommendations and channels of audit related communication and monitoring.
Qualifications and Skills
- Background in technology internal auditing within international financial service organizations;
- Financial Crime Compliance experience obtained through audit work or through roles held within 1 st and 2 nd line functions;
- Professional auditors or practitioners from the business, with well-developed core audit / business skills;
- Strong interpersonal skills for building and maintaining effective working relationships with counterparts in Group Audit and the business;
- Ability to exercise good judgment and objectivity;
- Demonstrate ability to work with limited direction and multi-task without loss of quality;
- Effective oral and written communication skills;
- Demonstrates understanding of and commitment to the Group's core values;
- Ability to commit to 10-20% business travel.
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